As an OEM, Sparkler® maintains the highest standards for each and every component that goes into our products and selecting the right filter media is an important consideration in the overall success of your filtration process. If you would like to learn more about filter media in general or tips on selecting the right filter media visit our About page. Information on general filtration methods can be found here.
Sparkler stocks the most frequently used styles and sizes of filter media. Filter paper is the most common filter media used on Sparkler’s Horizontal Plate Filters. Wire mesh and polypropylene are most commonly used on Sparkler's Vertical Plate Filters. All types of precoats, such as Diatomaceous Earth and Activated Carbon, can be used on a majority of filter media using the correct method.
Your filter media can be made from a variety of materials: natural fibers, synthetic, wire, paper, etc… It can be formed, woven, needled, air-laid, water-laid, etc… Membranes are also available. Check out our newest addition, string wound cartridges!
If your plates have a vertical configuration, like our Vertical Filter (VF) and MCRO, and use filter cloth--call us to inquire about our newest innovation; filter cloth designed so that it can be field installed. The field installation can help you reduce down time and improve the overall economics of your process.
We are constantly looking at ways to improve the performance, economics, and repeat-ability of our filters. If you have a challenging application, we can assist you in specifying the filter media that will meet your requirements. Samples can be arranged upon request.
Click here to view Flow Rate Data on Sparkler Filter Paper.
Click here to view the list of Filter Paper in stock.
Click here to view our selection of String-Wound filter media
Click here to view the Specification and Certifications of our Filter Paper.
FILTER PAPER, MEMBRANE FILTERS, POLYPROPYLENE, WIRE MESH, ACTIVATED CARBON AND DIATOMACEOUS EARTH FILLED, STRING-WOUND, CLOTH AND SYNTHETIC FILTER MEDIA FOR SPARKLER AND NON-SPARKLER FILTERS